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'Mockingjay' makes it look easy while 'Wild' opens very solid

The holiday season proved too much as it helped derail any hopes of momentum at the box office. But, the box office needs some right now.

Review: ‘Wild’ journeys to more than one destination Special

‘Wild’ is another tour de force starring Reese Witherspoon in which she puts aside her good girl guise to portray a woman determined to face her life’s mistakes on a 1,000 mile hike alone.

Toronto film festival announces first round of movies

The majority of galas and special presentations for the 39th annual Toronto International Film Festival have been announced and include films from David Cronenberg, Chris Evans, Antoine Fuqua, Shawn Levy, Jason Reitman, Jon Stewart and Jean-Marc Vallée.

Wild shrugs off 'haters' to win double gold

Snowboarder Vic Wild won his second gold medal for adopted country Russia on Saturday and shrugged off accusations he had turned his back on the United States for financial reasons.

Born in the USA, Wild had no easy ride in Russia

Born in the USA but a gold medal winner for Russia, snowboarder Vic Wild made a switch that would have been unthinkable 30 years ago.

Animal magic, chimps can self-med

Some animals are very adept at practicing medicine to heal themselves. A biologist based in Japan has found a remarkable example of "animal magic" involving chimpanzees.

Video: Preparing a captive-bred giant panda for the wild

It can be tricky training a captive-bred giant panda to live in the wild. Staff at Hetaoping Wilderness Training Base in southwest China's Wolong Nature Reserve dressed as pandas recently to prepare a captive panda for freedom.

Cheetahs could disappear from the wild by 2030, says experts

The cheetah, the world's fastest land animal, may have survived mass extinction around 10,000 years ago during the last ice age, but experts are warning that the animal could disappear from the wild by 2030.

Top 5 adorable Instagram animal photos of the week

Instagram, which was launched in October 2010 as a free photo sharing and social networking site, has quickly became a favorite with people all over the world.

Video: Woman's joyous reunion with her wolf friends

A video posted to YouTube shows a joyous scene of reunion between a woman and a pack of wolves she befriended at the Polar Zoo in Salangsdalen, Norway . The wolves expressed sheer delight at seeing the woman again after she had been away two months.

Coyotes that dwell near urban areas must 'stay wild' say officers Special

San Francisco - The Coyote is among the abundant wild life of the American West, especially here in California. There are many iconic images and stories about the coyote in legend and folklore of the West.

Deer attacks dog in graphic scene caught on video

Cranbrook - As man continues to encroach on the forest that has been both home and refuge to countless numbers of wildlife, vicious attacks are becoming common. In this extremely graphic video a female deer pummels a dog while defending her fawn on a city street.

China to release pregnant pandas back to wilderness

Researchers in China are planning to send captivity-bred pregnant pandas into a semi-wilderness in order to introduce their cubs to a natural environment.

Cambodia's wild 'Jungle Woman' believed to be back in the wild

A woman who was living wild in the jungles of Cambodia for most of her life until being discovered three years ago, has disappeared and is believed to have returned to the forest.

Nevada considers charges in deaths of wild horses at the round-up

Reno - A Nevada district attorney is considering whether to file criminal charges against federal land managers who are accused by animal rights activists of mistreating wild horses in a roundup.

Year of Natural Fibres Officially Launched

The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has launched the International Year of Natural Fibres 2009 to raise awareness of the value of wool, cotton and flax, for example.

'Girls gone wild' founder enters plea

Joe Francis, who founded the 'Girls Gone Wild' video empire, pleaded no contest to child abuse and prostitution charges on Wednesday under an agreement that allowed him to go free after nearly a year in jail.

"Girls Gone Wild" Restaurants Open this Summer

The battle of the boobies is about to heat up in the restaurant business, as Girls Gone Wild restaurants take on Hooters.

Cruises Gone Wild

Recent incidents of passengers falling overboard, mysteriously disappearing, falling victim to crime and abusing alcohol have made the cruise experience seem more murky than placid.

Woman Attacked By Giant Eagles While Paragliding

Nearly loses life as 3 giant eagles attack her parachute, face and head in mid-flight.

Wild horses being shot in Alberta

Anger is mounting in the equestrian community over the ongoing killing spree of wild horses

Great White Shark Released Back Into Wild

White shark held in captivity for 137 days has been released back into wild.

Bindi Irwin Is Her Dad's True Daughter When It Comes To Work

Bindi Irwin- daughter of late croc hunter Steve Irwin had her first stint with audience after her father's death and gave a brilliant performance.

Wild boars rampage through village

I bet that was a scary thing... I've never seen a herd of them but from what I've seen on TV they can be pretty mean for their size...
 

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Reese Witherspoon stars in  Wild
Reese Witherspoon stars in 'Wild'
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California coho salmon are seen swimming in Lagunitas Creek in Marin County in 2005.
California coho salmon are seen swimming in Lagunitas Creek in Marin County in 2005.
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Oyster mushrooms, Havré, Belgium
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Reese Witherspoon in  Wild
Reese Witherspoon in 'Wild'
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 Wild  takes off.
"Wild" takes off.
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The mustang roundup planned  would be one of the largest in Nevada in recent years.
The mustang roundup planned would be one of the largest in Nevada in recent years.
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Wild pigs
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Radzi Chinyanganya
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Mustang advocates say that using helicopters is inhumane because some of the animals are traumatized...
Mustang advocates say that using helicopters is inhumane because some of the animals are traumatized, injured or killed during the roundup and roping.
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A monk parrot is right at home in Puerto Tico.
A monk parrot is right at home in Puerto Tico.
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A passionate Royal Wedding fan with a buzzcut and painted words for William and Kate
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